Chick-fil-A have been praised after staff in Texas visited a young boy preparing for brain surgery to deliver a portion of nuggets, despite the restaurant being closed for the Easter holiday.
Danny Agee, a young boy from Temple in Texas, was scheduled for surgery to remove a tumour in his brain on Monday on Monday, 22 April.
The night before the operation, Agee said he was hungry and when his surgeon said he could eat whatever he wanted, he requested Chick-fil-A nuggets.
Chick-fil-A, usually closed on Sundays, were so touched with the boy's story, not only did staff bring him a hearty dinner, they also brought along their mascot Doodle.
His nurse Jenny Pearce is the kind-hearted carer behind the arrangement, and it was her who told the restaurant about the serious surgery he was scheduled for.
Danny's emotional father, Joey, shared footage of the visit to Facebook, saying 'my son Danny got Nuggets delivered not only on a Sunday, but on Easter Sunday by a manager and the [eat mor chikin] Cow.